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'Milanese-Capri' with Auricchio piccante

'Milanese-Capri' with Auricchio piccante

This dish is a combination of two famous Italian recipes, 'Cotoletta alla Milanese' and 'Insalata Caprese'. In this recipe north meets south, creating a real delight for your taste buds! Whilst 'Cotoletta' is traditionally served with lemon wedges, modern versions of this dish see it arranged on plates together with tomato slices and rocket: here we go with the idea of adding delicious provolone cheese and nuts to give it a new, original taste.

Spaghetti with clams & white wine vinegar

'Seaweed' spaghetti with clams & white wine vinegar

Spaghetti with clams is one of the most famous and best loved dishes of Neapolitan food culture (where it is known as 'vermicelli with clams'). This recipe is notable for having just a few ingredients, but that's why their quality is so important for its success: we suggest you get wild little clams, which are fleshy and very tasty. 

Apple and prune crumble

Apple and prune crumble

If you are planning on baking a cake to eat at breakfast or to offer to your friends coming over for dinner, you might want to try out this apple and prune crumble! Very easy to make, with a few high quality ingredients, its outstanding taste and texture will seduce you: the soft sweetness of the fruit and the crunchiness of the almonds in the crumble dough create a unique, balanced combination that your taste buds will appreciate!

Artichoke, taleggio & Parma ham Risotto

Artichoke, taleggio & Parma ham Risotto

If you are looking for a new, original, amazingly tasty Risotto recipe, do we have something for you! This dish features a typical fall/winter vegetable, namely artichoke, a 'mountain cheese', Taleggio and the renowned raw ham from Parma: a mixture of savoury tastes guaranteed to leave you wanting more! Ideal on special occasions, such as holidays or special occasions, family get-togethers and sophisticated dinner parties with friends.

Asparagus and anchovies risotto

Asparagus and anchovies risotto

This is a hearty, delicious dish, ideal for when asparagus is in season - more or less from March to June. In this risotto, the mild, aromatic taste of this vegetable meets the salty, appetizing flavour of the Delicius anchovies, creating a perfect, balanced combination. The butter and grated Parmesan round it off by making it even smoother and more delicate. A heaven for your senses!

Auricchio Piccante titbits

Auricchio Piccante titbits

Here comes a suggestion on how to create savoury dainties with just a few, simple ingredients. The deep-fried pizza dough bits make a perfect base for these appetisers: you just need to add your favourite toppings, some Provolone cheese and bake everything for a few minutes.. Definitely something you must try out!

Barbecued Provolone & bitter-sweet cabbage sandwich

Barbecued Provolone & bitter-sweet cabbage sandwich

It's always hard work getting children to eat their veggies and, by telling them it's healthy, we don't necessarily end up winning them over! The best strategy instead is to show them how much fun it can be to prepare a veggie-based dish - this provolone and cabbage 'sandwich', for instance!

Black fusilli with leek & hazelnuts

Black fusilli with leek & hazelnuts

Despite the common and simple ingredients used in this recipe, this pasta dish proves delicate and sophisticated. The sepia fusilli - and their size - lend it a special look, while the warm dressing releases its fine hazelnut and leek aromas. Ideal for almost any occasion, from an easy-going lunch with your family members, to a dinner with friends, up to a special tête-à-tête with your significant other.

Black rice with river crayfish

Black rice with river crayfish

Native to China, black rice was valued by the Chinese emperors because of its nutritional and aphrodisiac properties - this variety was therefore called 'the forbidden rice'. Rich in fibre and phosphorous, as well as in calcium, iron, zinc and selenium, the black rice releases a delicate, aromatic perfume. Enjoy this original recipe, in which these tiny scented rice grains have a close encounter with crayfish, parmesan and a delicious 'liqueur'! 

Bread & Provolone Stuffed Squid

Bread & Provolone Stuffed Squid

Stuffed squid is a pretty well known dish, typical from Sicily, and it makes a delicious main course. Thanks to their shape, squids are wonderful 'containers' for any kind of stuffing. Here we suggest one of the most classic and appetizing way of cooking them. Be prepared for a real taste delight!

Cannelloni with Asparagus, Mozzarella, Tomato and Béchamel Sauce

Cannelloni with Asparagus, Mozzarella, Tomato and Béchamel Sauce

An easy recipe to surprise your guests with the flavours of spring

Celery and anchovies gratin

Celery and anchovies gratin

Are you wondering what to do with all that 'boring' old celery left over in your fridge? Don't despair! Here comes a recipe that will make you think twice about the right adjective for this incredibly healthy veggie! Just a few more ingredients, some delici(o)us anchovies and you'll have an inviting dish you'll be proud to serve to your guests!

Chicken risotto

Chicken risotto

Chicken Risotto is one of the classic recipes of the Italian culinary tradition. Easy and quite quick to prepare, it can be served as a first dish (primo) or as an all-in-one dish. The tender diced chicken joins vegetables, Parmesan and white wine to create a unique, creamy taste experience!

Chickpea crêpes with broccoli, Auricchio & shrimps

Chickpea crêpes with broccoli, Auricchio & shrimps

This is a great, creative variation on the more traditional sweet crêpes! The shrimps go well with the broccoli and the Auricchio Provolone crowns this duet with elegance. Very versatile, this dish can be served as an imaginative main course, as a savoury mid-afternoon snack or as part of an appetiser buffet. The crêpe batter itself is also very interesting, since it's partly made of chickpea flour! Try out this unique recipe and have fun tweaking it to your own taste!

Chocolate Orange Cake

Chocolate Orange Cake

This cake is probably the perfect companion for winter time and those cozy days in front of a roaring open fire! Chocolate is always good, but coupling it with oranges, a typical winter fruit, makes it particularly timely. This easy recipe gives you the perfect any time cake: enjoy it at breakfast time, as a healthy mid-afternoon snack, with a nice cup of tea, as well as at dinner time, after a nice meal, while sipping on a glass of fine sweet wine.

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